ITF060: Camping weather


This is In The Field Camping Episode 60. In this episode Chris talked about how weather can alter, or cancel, camping plans – and the hailstorm that dinged up his new truck.  Also, an in-depth discussion of the Colorado Springs area.  The YouTube version of this episode has lots of video and pictures of what’s being discussed.  This episode was recorded at Cheyenne Mountain State Park in Colorado.

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In The Field Camping Podcast with Chris Rodriguez is a podcast that is literally recorded “in the field” while camping at various campgrounds. If we’re not camping, we’re not podcasting! We review campgrounds and camping equipment, suggest tips and advice, and go on camping-related soapbox rants. If you have any questions or comments, contact us on Facebook, or  email chris@inthefieldcamping.com

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ITF050: Weather shortens our trip

inthefieldpodcast-300x300This is In The Field Camping Episode 50.  In this episode Chris talked about our last trip and how bad weather chased us out early.  He also talked about the gray water tanks and different ways to deal with small holding tanks.  Fire bans were in full force during this trip, and was discussed.  Chris also gave reviews for Jackson Lake State Park (hat tip to Tony’s Takes) and North Sterling State Park, both in northeastern Colorado.  Honorable mention to Keep Your Daydream YouTube channel.  This episode was recorded at Golden Gate Canyon State Park in Colorado.

In The Field Camping Podcast with Chris Rodriguez is a podcast that is literally recorded “in the field” while camping at various campgrounds. If we’re not camping, we’re not podcasting! We review campgrounds and camping equipment, suggest tips and advice, and go on camping-related soapbox rants. If you have any questions or comments, leave a voicemail (720)440-1080 or email chris@inthefieldcamping.com

For more info, visit www.inthefieldcamping.com